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... to take longer than we anticipated. We didn't realise that today was the Swiss city marathon so all of the streets were blocked off for the runners which made it difficult to navigate our way around town. It was pretty cool though to see hundreds of people lining the street cheering people on but it also meant activity around the town was quite which was perfect. We found our way to the Musegg Wall which forms part of the ...
Up and on the road again just after 8am. Today was our long drive day from Paris to Lucerne. We would pass through Germany on our way to Switzerland. But first we had to rendezvous with other coaches at the roundabout at Place de Italy like last Saturday when we joined Daniel's red line coach. Here we lost a few passengers and gained a Chinese family of 9. It was amusing to listen again to Daniel's intro chat and serious talk about punctuality, etc., ...
Another long long drive through the countryside, more hilly and the houses becoming more German style and towns with German names. Before we realised it we were in Switzerland, no border crossing really apart from a building where I guess they could stop you if they wanted, but no we stopped only so jen could get tax back from her coat. After driving through the long tunnels and winding roads through the falling snow for a couple of hours ...
So turns out we got kicked out of the station at 1am! It was freezing outside! We wandered the streets of Dijon meeting lots of drunk French. Its a pretty place. We We're surprisingly still in high spirits, we got back into the station at 4 and got our train at just gone 5, we got back to Lyon, got on a train to Geneva, then to Zurich, ...
... was closed as there was too much fresh snow and it was too dangerous. We had read how beautiful this walk was and the other suggested walks meant lots of expensive lifts or bus trips. As it was such a clear day we decided to ignore the expense and take the trip to Kleine Scheidegg (2061m) then on to Jungfraujoch (3454m), known as the 'Top of Europe'. We were so glad we did.
This is quite an ...